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Conducting research with communities of colorAuthor(s): Leo McAvoy; Patricia L. Winter; Corliss W. Outley; Dan McDonald; Deborah J. Chavez
Source: Society & Natural Rersources. Volume 13. 2000. pp. 479-488
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionThis article presents the major challenges facing those who want to address the issues of race and ethnicity through research with communities of color; general methodological recommendations appropriate to many communities of color; and, specific research method recommendations for African American, American Indian, and Hispanic American communities.
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CitationMcAvoy, Leo; Winter, Patricia L.; Outley , Corliss W.; McDonald, Dan; Chavez, Deborah J. 2000. Conducting research with communities of color. Society & Natural Rersources. Volume 13. 2000. pp. 479-488
KeywordsAfrican Americans, American Indians, diversity, ethnicity, Hispanic Americans, race, research methods
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